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PETA-Endorsed Butter?

Written by PETA | September 8, 2010
PETA Butter
PETA Butter

Forget pita bread—now there’s PETA Butter! In honor of our 30th anniversary, Peanut Butter & Co. has whipped up a giant batch of special peanut butter just for PETA and is donating a portion of the sales from it to our “Pledge to Be Veg” program. Peanut Butter & Co is also generously providing jars of PETA Butter for our star-studded 30th Anniversary Gala—the PETA Butter will make an appearance in the gift bags and as an item in our silent auction.

Can’t make it to the gala? You can still celebrate with the all-natural peanutty spread by entering to win a month’s supply. And if you’re wondering what you’d do with a month’s supply of PETA Butter, don’t worry. Continue reading for some ideas that PETA bloggers swear will make peanut butter and jelly seem boring.

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  • Kathryn Nicoli says:

    Great idea but I would like to add that as many jams and jellies along with peanut butter also must travel significant distances to the market place thereby adding to CO2 emissions via the jet fuel and other fuels required to get them there that we all consider buying these and other products local. Here in VT we have a wonderful selection of locally produced organic peanut butter along with many wonderful locally made jams and jellies. Buying local is the key to sustainable food production with the least amount of imapct on the planet. If the Petabutter was available locally I would definitely purchase it but if not I do not want to contribute to C2 emissions by ordering it online and having it shipped to me.

  • Carolyn McEvoy says:

    Totally diggin’ this. PETA rocks love the cause love the people behind PETA love love love it. Looking forward to getting my hands on some of this badboy. Yay for PETA and the Peanut Butter Co folks.

  • nicole says:

    the dark choc is totally vegan! and amazing!

  • Klara says:

    But… how can we be sure that we don’t eat poison? We need more informations about the ingredients !!!

  • sue says:

    Too bad it’s not organic.

  • Ruth says:

    I love this brand of peanut butter. They have all different flavors including dark chocolate which may not be considered vegan.